Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 13″ Laptop, FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, Intel Core i3-10110U Processor, 4GB DDR4 Onboard RAM, 64GB eMMC, Intel…

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Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 13" Laptop, FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, Intel Core i3-10110U Processor, 4GB DDR4 Onboard RAM, 64GB eMMC, Intel...
  • Work from home, school, or anywhere with the outstanding combination of performance, connectivity, and entertainment enabled by 10th generation InteI Core processors. The Lenovo Flex 5 offers intelligent performance features that adapt to you for a personalized, intuitive, and responsive experience
  • This 2-in-1 laptop combines a keyboard and touchscreen to make it easy to interact with everything on your display. You can also use the Lenovo digital pen (sold separately) to quickly write, click or drag files right on the screen
  • The 13-inch FHD display in this slim, light 360° convertible Chromebook offers beautiful visuals, while narrow bezels minimize distractions. Two user-facing stereo speakers keep you immersed in the experience
  • Use your Google account to easily access files, videos, music, and documents stored on the cloud from anywhere. With up to 10 hours of battery life, you’ll stay productive
  • Connect with the built-in webcam, 2 USB Type-C ports, a USB Type-A port, and an audio jack. It also has the latest Intel Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 a fast, reliable connection

Specification: Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 13″ Laptop, FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, Intel Core i3-10110U Processor, 4GB DDR4 Onboard RAM, 64GB eMMC, Intel…

Standing screen display size

‎13.3 Inches

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels


‎2.1 GHz core_i3


‎4 GB DDR4

Hard Drive

‎64 GB flash memory solid state

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel Integrated Graphics

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Wireless Type


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Average Battery Life in hours

‎10 Hours




‎ChromeBook Flex 5 13"

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Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Chrome OS

Item Weight

‎2.97 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.2 x 8.43 x 0.67 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.2 x 8.43 x 0.67 inches


‎Graphite Grey

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Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size


Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

9 reviews for Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 13″ Laptop, FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, Intel Core i3-10110U Processor, 4GB DDR4 Onboard RAM, 64GB eMMC, Intel…

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  1. Avatar of Stewart Midwinter

    Stewart Midwinter

    I purchased this item as a possible replacement for my fiancée’s aging MacBook (2009 vintage). She is a computer user that does not find technology to be Very engaging. She used to be a Windows user But hated the ongoing updates and virus issues. She was happy that those were a thing of the past when she moved to the MacBook. But she still finds the operating system to be somewhat complicated. I looked at her typical tasks, and they include email, some browsing, looking at videos, and editing and posting photos. It looked to me as though a Chromebook could meet her needs without the complexity. I also looked at new MacBooks, but they are two or three times the price! And for all that money, they don’t even have a touchscreen!

    Right off the bat, she found it straightforward to use except for the gestures being different from her Android phone. She found the keyboard and touchpad straightforward to use, and appreciated the ability to use Touch on the screen. She really liked the rapid (about five seconds) start up, and the ease of simply closing the lid To stop. One stumbling block was that all her photos w’re on the Mac in their proprietary Photos app, but we found the excellent Photos Takeout app to save them on an external drive. She will now store them in Google Photos (with a local back up of course). Another bonus is being able to use all of her favourite. Android apps on this machine if she wants to.

    Apple stopped OS updates for her machine years ago, so I really appreciate Lenovo’s decision to support this machine until at least 2028.

    I was prepared to send the machine back if she had any difficulty, but we soon realized this machine was perfect for her needs. In addition, my daughter called me soon after to ask for my recommendation on replacing her old MacBook, and after only half an hour with this one to check it out, she also ran out and ordered one right away.

    The only reason I didn’t give 5 stars what is that it would have been nicer to have 128 GB storage and 8 GB RAM, but perhaps that model is on the way – and those features would have increased the price, anyway.

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  2. Avatar of Q'master


    Did my research for either a laptop or tablet. Didn’t really care which for my purposes (basically, surfing and as I just “cut the cable”, a way to cast to my TV.

    Settled on this laptop. With trial Prime, I got it in a day.

    Boots up very quickly and after going through a few simple steps, got the chrome OS updated to 84. So far so good. It has one camera (facing user) but couldn’t get it to work. It is functional (there is a website that tests it “online”–works great). No way to turn it on/off??? Camera is not listed in the installed apps.

    There was no camera app included and I was not going to use a 3rd party app on a brand new machine.

    Called Lenovo and after an hour on the phone, THEY KNOW NOTHING/NADA/ZILCH about Chrome OS (specifically, where is the camera function). They only know WIN10. Referred me to google (as it’s Chrome OS). NO ONE HOME at google due to virus so no phone support.

    So, get back in touch with Amazon and because of trial Prime, they sent a replacement (and I received it) the next day. Great service guys!

    Ok, got the replacement and this one has a camera app. Camera works. Next issue: casting and sleep mode.

    Well, it does cast and does so flawlessly. BUT the issue is when the laptop goes to sleep (~5 min), it shuts down then shortly thereafter (ie when in sleep mode) casting shuts down (pauses). You have to close the lid, open the lid, re-start the laptop and then re-start casting. Not going to do this 40x over the course of a 2 hour movie.

    2nd unit going back.

    THE GOOD: love the keyboard action, the overall feel of the case (does leave fingerprints I must say) and am happy with the display. Response time is good but because of the noted issues, I only had it for a day for “testing” it’s abilities.

    THE BAD: no fix for sleep mode. There is no button to either lengthen the non-sleep period nor to disable sleep mode at all. No good for casting (chromecast, firestick, whatever). From reading online, this issue surfaced with most recent chrome OS update. No solution.

    THE BEST: Amazon customer service was the best ever. Thumbs up to you!

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  3. Avatar of Kingsman


    Best bang-for-your-buck Chromebook, with the beauty of a high-end yet overly priced Samsung, Asus, or Pixelbook. This little book is perfect in almost every way.

    In general, this Chromebook is perfect for what I bought it for: work-related tasks on the web, surfing the web, using Google Docs to type up documents & write lyrics for songs, and organizing thoughts and ideas into productivity apps and jotting down tasks in my Microsoft To-Do list app. This Chromebook is lightning fast in powering up, connecting to WiFi & Bluetooth, and opening apps & browsers.

    The Screen size is non-jeopardizing; large enough for a functional workspace, but small enough to easily store away in a backpack. Bezels are a lot smaller than most budget Chromebooks; I honestly prefer a little bezel to grab the screen without the mouse thinking you’re trying to press something.

    The keyboard is unbelievable. Typing is extremely fast and responsive. Perfectly spaced keys. It’s quiet, and has just the right amount of click so you know when you typed a letter. It’s back-lit, but dims off when not in use. You will have to change the search key to caps lock in the settings, if that is something you’re used to.

    The mouse is very responsive as well. I have purchased a Logitech Pebble in black which matches perfectly; it also pairs up via Bluetooth, so you don’t have to have a USB receiver sticking out of the side of your Chromebook!

    The battery life so far is all-day. I think we all know how nice it is to open a Chromebook/Laptop and still have most of the juice in it. One of my favorite things about Chromebooks, including this one, is having a USB-C charging port on EITHER side of the device; therefore, if there is an outlet closer to you on one side, you can connect to that side.

    The price is unreal; $409 for a 10th gen i3, this thing is just as fast if not faster than older gen i5 and i7 computers. RAM hasn’t been an issue, nor 64 GB memory. I store all of my documents on Google Drive, so storage is not an issue. Additionally, there is a microSD port on the side, but I decided not to use it since the SD card isn’t completely flush.

    Last BUT NOT LEAST, this thing is sleek and elegant. This is THE nicest looking Chrombook in the low-budget range. The charcoal/dark grey is beautiful and modern. The keys, hinges, screen, and logos are minimal and pleasing. The use of space is perfect; the speakers are on either side of the keyboard. No space is wasted in this Chromebook. The screen has a nice glossy shimmer.

    There is only ONE con to this amazing machine, and it is a minor one: opening the screen. Unlike the Pixelbook Go, this Chromebook takes two hands to open. There no cut-out on the screen lid, so it can sometimes be tricky to open, especially since the device is very thin. Like I said, this is not only minor, but it is the ONLY issue I have come across.

    Overall, I can hands down recommend this device over all other Chromebooks. This is THE ONE. Affordable, practical, and exquisite. Well done Lenovo. Thank you for saving me money in a time like this.

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  4. Avatar of Taka Yokoyama

    Taka Yokoyama

    Try to use Zoom and keeps freezing up.

    I can’t figure it out and this computer is useless for me.

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  5. Avatar of Dean


    After six months of use the right hinge broke and started flexing the screen out.
    Looks like a bad design. Lenovo repair has you fill out a repair ticket but no info as where to send it, RMA or any other info.
    I have laptops that are over four years old and dont have any problems with hinges.
    *UPDATE* Lenovo fixed the hinge but broke the covers in the processes. Looks like they used a crowbar to pry them off. Took three months to get the unit back. I would look at the Acer Spin over this.

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  6. Avatar of Emilio G.

    Emilio G.

    Picked up the Lenovo Flex 5 13″ for my young son who uses Chromebooks at school. After a bunch of research it came down to this or the Lenovo C330. I was originally favouring ASUS but learned that, surprisingly, Lenovo has some of the best Chromebook offerings. Buying an affordable Chromebook isn’t easy because you’re basically looking for the best offering among some of the lowest PC specs available. Nothing stands out as being particularly great unless you start approaching a cost that has you wondering why you’re still looking at Chromebooks. In the end I chose to spend a little more for something newer and faster that could perhaps get my son through his grade school years.

    The Lenovo Flex 5 13″ stood out for a couple of reasons based on the reviews I read. Right off the bat it has a decent fully HD (1920×1080) screen. I think the screen looks great — nice brightness and good contrast. The viewing angle is a bit limited as I noticed that swaying left to right even a little bit started to affect the viewable colours on the sides of the screen but overall the effect was negligible.

    The touch screen was a bonus. I know my son likes to work with his iPad so I figured at times the touch interface could be more intuitive. The screen can be flipped back into tablet mode and the touch screen worked well but it’s certainly not as comfortable to hold as a slim iPad. Plus, you now have the keyboard exposed on the “bottom” which is a bit awkward. Sometimes it is just easier and faster to just touch the screen than use the touchpad though.

    The interface and browsing was pretty snappy with the Core i3-10110U Processor. The 4GB of RAM was the main factor that had me hesitating on this purchase but so far it hasn’t been a problem. I’m very pleased with how fluid and responsive the system feels.

    Keyboard has a decent size, it’s backlit, and it feels good for a notebook. The touchpad is also fairly large and it’s responsiveness was perfectly fine. Note that if you have never worked with a Chromebook before, it DOES take some getting used to some of the touchpad gestures. For example, you don’t just click the right side of the touchpad for a right-click, you need to tap the touchpad with two fingers. You can scroll windows by swiping up and down with two fingers. etc. I personally do not find the Chromebook interface to be very intuitive which is a bit of a concern for my younger son but I know he’ll learn. Many options are simply hidden from the screen and you just need to know the appropriate gestures or button clicks to work your way around the system.

    Speakers face upwards and I found them plenty loud. I don’t expect great quality from built-in speakers but these did the job.

    The Flex 5 13″ also has a full size USB-A connector which some Chromebooks don’t offer. It might be a minor thing but this makes it easy to connect any typical mouse or memory stick you probably have. I think this is just convenient for people without the technical know-how to deal with converting USB interfaces. There are also USB-C ports on both sides which is also convenient.

    Storage-wise, the Flex 5 13″ comes with about 46GB of free space out of the box.

    No problems connecting to Wifi. The connection remained stable and fast.

    Overall I am please with this purchase. I have nothing to complain about. I was probably hoping to spend about 3/4 of the price for a Chromebook ($538 at the time of my purchase) but I think the little extra money was well spent in this case. Except for the 4GB of memory, I don’t feel I’ve compromised on anything. Being a newer product it will also continue to receive Google updates for a while.

    UPDATE: We’ve now used the Chromebook for the entire school year and it has been fantastic for my son. At least half the year, if not more, was remote learning and we never once had an issue with WIFI, the camera, or audio with Google Classroom. Also, the 4GB of RAM (my biggest concern) never seemed to be an issue either. My son tends to leave a LOT of browser tabs open and we never encountered any noticeable slowdowns. Very reliable Chromebook that has performed GREAT for the year — still very pleased with the purchase!

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  7. Avatar of Shige-san


    Revised – 3/9/21
    As others have complained, the right hinge for the monitor is defective. I can’t open/close the laptop unless I do it very slow using two hands so the monitor would not break. From what all are saying I guess I am SOL. I will contact Lenovo none the less to see if the will fix this.

    Revised – 9/30/20
    I must apologize to Lenovo. The issues I was facing was from my own doing. I forgot that I had set the OS to dev mode sometime ago and that was causing the device to act up. After setting the OS back to standard mode, it is running smoothly not freezing once. All our headache went away. Back to 5 stars!

    Revised – 9/24/20
    Stay AWAY!! Now the sound is going away during my daughter’s virtual class. We need to restart the device in order to get the sound back. I would stay away from this device if you need something for school. Our first Chromebook so not sure if this is normal for Chromebook. Very dissapointed to say the least.

    Revised – 9/23/20
    Our device is starting to freeze daily and needing restart. This is extremely frustrating for my 4th grade daughter when learning virtually. It is not like she has too many files or apps open so I’m down grading this to three stars.

    With our kids needing more time on computer for their schoolwork during the COVID19, we finally decided to purchase a chromebook. What I wanted was a unit with 14″ monitor, FHD, at least 4GB Ram, at least 64GB storage, a decent processor, and touchscreen. That got my attention on Asus Flip 434 and HP X360 but perhaps due to the dwindling inventories, I was not finding any attractive deals for these or any of the mid range chromebooks in the weeks studying the market.

    And then I came across the soon to be released Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 with all but one of the spec I was looking for; it has a 13.3″ monitor. But at $409, I could deal with the slightly less monitor size so I preordered a unit.
    The product came 1 day early and we had it for close to a week now. The build quality is solid with quality feel throughout. One exception is the edge along the trackpad at the very side of the unit. When flipping the laptop to a tablet, I noticed the edge plastic along the trackpad move slightly since it is thin. We’ll see if it can withstand the usage by our kids. But that is the only concern I have.

    The display is very crisp with wide viewing angle. I like the keystrokes on the keyboard. It zips through any of the activities we do granted we are using mostly for web browsing and video conferencing. The only game my kids tried was Roblox since their 3 year old tablet is having hard time playing it. The Flex 5 plays it very smoothly.

    For me, this is my first Chromebook experience so I’m still getting used to the little differences from the PC/Windows but it’s not that difficult. It’s no different then when a new version Windows is released.

    I am very pleased with the purchase and hope one unit will be enough for the four of us:)

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    Amazon Customer

    We were quite excited about this device (Lenovo Flex 5 13″ chromebook). Everything seemed ‘just right’ for us. From what I can tell (and I’m not a techie), this is a good quality, sharp device. I also like that it would have the full 7 year auto-update service from Google (as it’s a new model chromebook). Some other brand-new (but older model) chromebooks only had 1-2 yrs left on the auto-updates. Something to consider when shopping around!

    We deliberately ordered this item from the Canadian amazon site, thinking it’d be covered by Lenovo Canada. We also had the intention of purchasing the extended warranty from Lenovo Canada. Unfortunately, this item was shipped from the US and is only serviced in the US: “This machine has a 1yr limited warranty with Mail-in Service in the USA only. If you’re in Canada, and want the machine to be serviced, the machine’s warranty claim won’t be covered in that country. You will have to send it to the USA with shipping arranged for and paid by you. In addition, this machine does not have the International Warranty Service (IWS). Chx_Lenovo”

    For us, this is a deal breaker and we will be returning the device.

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  9. Avatar of Ivan


    I’ve used quite a few Chromebooks before (Samsung, Pixelbook, Acer, HP). This time I wanted something that had a 14″ Full HD screen and an Intel Core i3+ processor (main for my children to use), but also wanted something that was snappy.

    For $400, this Chromebook has been impressive and has a solid build and is fairly lightweight.
    – Keyboard is great with keys nicely placed.
    – The HD touchscreen is sharp
    – The unit performs well with a moderate amount of tabs open, streaming two Youtube videos is no problem.
    – The flip screen is a nice touch
    – There’s a good # of ports as well (dual USB-C, USB-A, headphone jack, mini-SD card slot)
    – The webcam is great for video conferencing (even comes with a neat built-in webcam cover ).
    – Installing apps from the Google Play store was simple enough.

    It is a great Chromebook this price point!

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